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Confined Space Rescue

September 3 @ 7:30 am - 3:30 pm

$715

Confined Space Rescue

CSRES

- RIIWHS202E Enter and work in confined spaces
- RIIRIS201E Conduct local risk control
- MSMPER200 Work in accordance with an issued permit
- MSMPER300 Issue work permits
- MSMPER202 Observe permit work
- MSMWHS217 Gas test atmospheres
- MSMWHS216 Operate breathing apparatus
- PUASAR025 Undertake confined space rescue
- HLTAID009 Provide cardiopulmonary resuscitation
- MSMWHS201 Conduct hazard analysis
(Note: MSMWHS201 Conduct hazard analysis is a prerequisite to the unit MMSPER300 Issue work permits)

Upcoming Training

Course Start Date Time Spaces Cost Enrol Myself Enrol Someone Else Corporate Booking
02/09/2024 07:30 am - 03:30 pm 7 $715.00

RTO Code
41350

Course Name
Confined Space Rescue

Course Outcome
On successful completion, Maxwell Training issues students with a Statement of Attainment recognised under the Australian Qualifications Framework for the following units of competency:
  • RIIWHS202E Enter and work in confined spaces
  • RIIRIS201E Conduct local risk control
  • MSMPER200 Work in accordance with an issued permit
  • MSMPER300 Issue work permits
  • MSMPER202 Observe permit work
  • MSMWHS217 Gas test atmospheres
  • MSMWHS216 Operate breathing apparatus
  • PUASAR025 Undertake confined space rescue
  • HLTAID009 Provide cardiopulmonary resuscitation
  • MSMWHS201 Conduct hazard analysis
    (Note: MSMWHS201 Conduct hazard analysis is a prerequisite to the unit MMSPER300 Issue work permits)
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Description
This course covers the entering and working in confined spaces in resources and infrastructure industries. It includes planning and preparing for entry of confined spaces, entry and working in confined spaces, exiting confined spaces and cleaning up, gas monitoring and the issuing of permits.

It is appropriate for operators undertaking work in confined spaces, being used as a safety observer where a permit requires for this role to be present and needs to determine if the working atmosphere is safe for the proposed work. Also for personnel who may be required to issue any and all permits.

It also covers the competency required to undertake rescue in confined spaces, as defined in AS 2865-2009 Confined spaces, as a member of a single agency or multi-disciplinary team.

This course will also give you the skills and knowledge required to perform cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) in line with the Australian Resuscitation Council (ARC) Guidelines.

This unit applies to all workers who may be required to provide CPR, in a range of situations, including community and workplace settings.

Demonstrating Competency
  • Obtain appropriate entry permit and instructions for performing work in confined space
  • Interpreting and applying safe work method statements
  • Apply tagging and lock out
  • Selecting, wearing and caring for personal protective equipment applicable to all tasks and environment identified
  • Entering the confined space
  • Using atmospheric monitoring devices prior to entering the confined space
  • Working in the confined space
  • Using atmospheric monitoring devices during confined space activity
  • Applying safe materials handling methods
  • Exiting the confined space
  • Remove tagging and lock out
  • Understanding the permit system and the individual permit's requirements
  • Observing work being performed
  • Noting any change in conditions and taking required action
  • Reviewing the conditions under which the work will be undertaken
  • Examining the site to determining the hazards and safety requirements applicable to the site
  • Ensuring the appropriate permit(s) is (are) selected depending on the organisations procedures
  • Determining the appropriate conditions for the permit(s)
  • Raising, authorising and issuing the necessary permit(s)
  • Monitoring compliance with the permit conditions
  • Reporting any indiscretions or violations of permit conditions and where necessary revoking permits
  • Managing the permit process especially in shift hand overs or extensions to work activities
  • Withdrawing and signing off work permits on completion of the work and verification that the requirements of the permit have been complied with
  • Apply personal safety principles
  • Interpret atmospheric conditions using atmospheric monitoring equipment
  • Recommend appropriate action
  • Maintain monitoring equipment
  • Prepare for confined space rescue operation
  • Assess and manage confined space/trench rescue
  • Determine location and condition of casualties
  • Gain entry to confined space
  • Remove casualties
  • Conclude rescue operations
  • Respond to an emergency situation
  • Perform CPR procedures
  • Communicate details of the incident
  • Appropriately conduct pre-donning tests
  • Correctly don breathing apparatus
  • Operate breathing apparatus
  • Move in conditions of reduced visibility
  • Use breathing apparatus in emergency procedures
  • Follow organisation procedures
  • Correctly remove breathing apparatus
  • Return breathing apparatus to operational status
Duration
Course duration is three days (approximately 8 hours each day). Start time is 7.30am – finish time is 3.30pm

Location of Training
Delivered at the Maxwell Training facility, 17 Callistemon Close, Warabrook NSW 2304

Maximum Student Numbers
8

Course Cost
The total cost is $715.00 per person

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Prerequisites
  • MSMWHS201 Conduct hazard analysis is a prerequisite to the unit MMSPER300 Issue work permits
  • PUASAR022 Participate in a rescue operation (Fire Sector Specific)
  • PUAFIR316 Identify, detect and monitor hazardous materials at an incident (Fire Sector Specific)
Co-requisites 
Nil

Entry Requirements
Students are required to have the physical ability to successfully complete the practical aspects of entering and working in confined spaces and associated tasks. These may include, but are not limited to climbing ladders whilst maintaining three points of contact, donning and wearing a full body harness and being suspended in full body harness, entering and working in a confined space and manual handling

Language, Literacy and Numeracy
  • Language, literacy and numeracy skills are required at a level to read, complete, interpret and communicate workplace documents and procedures and perform basic calculations
  • Students are required to pass an LLN assessment
Delivery Method
  • Theory: classroom based, including PowerPoint presentations, trainer demonstrations and group discussions
  • Practical: using safety equipment in multiple simulated work activities
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Assessment Process
  • Multiple choice and short answer written assessment
  • Targeted questioning
  • Observation of practical skills during simulated work activities
Student Must Provide
  • Lunch
  • It is recommended that students wear the following PPE supplied by themselves: hard hats, long clothing(jeans acceptable), steel cap boots, and gloves.
  • Note: all course resource materials are provided
Additional Student Information Terms and Conditions
To view/download the Maxwell Training's Standard Terms and Conditions, go to the Student Resources page.
 

Details

Date:
September 3
Time:
7:30 am - 3:30 pm
Cost:
$715
Event Category:

Venue

17 Callistemon Close, Warabrook 2304
17 Callistemon Close, Warabrook 2304 Australia